Dublin incubation centre plans further activity

A Dublin incubation centre intends to scale up its funding and provide support to more early-stage technology companies.

13th September, 2008

A Dublin incubation centre intends to scale up its funding and provide support to more early-stage technology companies.

John McInerney, centre manager at Dublin’s Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC), said more funding needed to be made available to start-up companies to kickstart the faltering Irish economy. He said funding was required to enable research to be commercialised more quickly.

The GEC, which is managed by Dublin Business Innovation Centre (DBIC), provides incubation space and...

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